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COPD Coffee Talk!
Join us for a warm drink, a snack AND COPD Education!
Guest speakers could include:
- Nurse Practitioner
- Registered Dietician
When: One Wednesday each month. January 23rd, February 20th, March 20th & April 17th.
Time: 9:30 – 11:00 AM
Where: Oxford County Community Health Centre, 35 Metcalf Street, Woodstock
Call Kathy Nyman for more information 519-539-1111 Ext. 201
Excerpt: “On behalf of the Oxford County Drug and Alcohol Strategy Steering Committee, I am pleased to present the Oxford County Community Drug and Alcohol Strategy. This Strategy is the product of extensive consultation and reflects the contributions and input of a wide range of community stakeholders who brought their insights and expertise to bear on the issue of reducing problematic substance-use and related harms.”
- About Osteoporosis
- Eating Well for Strong Bones
- Fall Prevention Techniques
- Appropriate Exercises
- Medication Education
- Angela – Physiotherapist
- Tina – Nurse Practitioner
- Angie – Dietitian
All of our community programs are open to anyone living in Oxford County.
When: Attend both sessions, January 21 and 28 2019
Time: 1:30—3:00 pm both days
Where: Oxford County Community Health Centre, 35 Metcalf Street Woodstock
To register call Angela at 519-539-1111 ext. 227
Click here to download PDF Poster.
Non-emergency medical assistance.
First call your family doctor, nurse practitioner or their on-call service.
If not available, consider visiting a walk-in clinic or urgent care
Health-related advice from a Registered Nurse 24/7.
Call Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000.
Serious medical injuries and conditions.
Call 911 or go to an Emergency Department.
Want to find out more?
Visit southwesthealthline.ca to find out what’s open including:
● Walk-in clinics
● Crisis intervention assistance
● Urgent care centres
Click here to download PDF poster.
Come join us for floor based YOGA exercises that will help strengthen your back and improve daily function. Learn how to use breathing practices to manage your back pain.
Angela Rizzo, physiotherapist and Jenilee, social worker and certified yoga instructor will be guiding the exercise group.
When: Thursdays, Jan. 17, 2019– Mar 7, 2019
Where: Oxford County Community Health Centre 35 Metcalf Street Woodstock
To Register: Contact Angela Rizzo, at 519-539-1111 ext. 227.
Click here to download the poster.
VOLUNTEER DRIVERS NEEDED
For our wheelchair accessible, 9 passenger bus
Are you a retired professional driver or someone who enjoys driving?
We need drivers to transport clients to medical / health care appointments safely
Weekday & day time hours
Requirements include: valid G license and liability insurance; clean driver abstract and vulnerable sector police clearance.
You can expect to drive locally and to locations outside of Oxford County
Call: 519-539-1111 Ext. 210 (Linda) Or 519-539-1111 Ext. 214 (Christina)
Join us for our 6th Annual Every One Matters Lunch!
Holiday Lunch 2018 – Friday, December 14th from 11:30am to 1:00 pm @ Unifor Hall, 126 Beale Street. Free admission! Contact Katelyn 519-539-1111 ext. 238 or e-mail email@example.com to register. Seating limited.
If you are struggling to stay cool today, come on by the health centre to cool off.
We have lots of air conditioning to share. Plus, we have the World Cup playing, so you can get your fill on Football.
Add your voice in support of mental health and addictions care
Ontarians are raising their voices in support of mental health and addictions care.
Thousands of Ontarians have added their name to a petition calling for mental health and addictions care to receive equal funding to physical care. The petition is part of the Erase the Difference campaign, spearheaded by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario Division. It’s been launched in the lead up to the June 7th provincial election.
Mental health and addictions services in Ontario remain chronically underfunded compared to other parts of the health system. Without regular and ongoing investment into the system, people coming forward to seek help can end up languishing while they wait for service.
Ontario currently devotes $3.5 billion of a total $54-billion health budget to mental health and addictions. This means that the mental health and addictions share of the health budget is 6.5 per cent. In 1979, it was 11.3 per cent.
Join thousands of Ontarians in letting provincial candidates know that it’s time to #erasethedifference and fund mental health and addictions care the same as physical health care. Visit erasethedifference.ca and sign the petition.